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Re: ...anyone willing to support my position?

Postby Get Real! » Sat Nov 16, 2013 2:58 am

kurupetos wrote:How did I fail you? :shock: :?

By not giving him enough arse... :lol:
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Re: ...anyone willing to support my position?

Postby Paphitis » Sat Nov 16, 2013 3:13 am

kurupetos wrote:
repulsewarrior wrote:...easy for you kurupetos, because you are "Greek", to come to your simplistic conclusion. i believe that the "others", be they Greek or Turkish but Cypriot, deserve this recognition; "your" agenda, not unlike the "Turks", has failed us.

How did I fail you? :shock: :? On the contrary, Vassiliou, Clerides, Shistofkias (and now Annanstasiades) were all pro-BBF traitors, like you, and they all failed.

I am afraid you don't know the first thing about Cypriot politics and the Cyprus problem. :cry:


The only traitors are people like you because all the people you mention atleast worked and are still working hard for the RoC!
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Re: ...anyone willing to support my position?

Postby kurupetos » Sat Nov 16, 2013 4:05 pm

Paphitis wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
repulsewarrior wrote:...easy for you kurupetos, because you are "Greek", to come to your simplistic conclusion. i believe that the "others", be they Greek or Turkish but Cypriot, deserve this recognition; "your" agenda, not unlike the "Turks", has failed us.

How did I fail you? :shock: :? On the contrary, Vassiliou, Clerides, Shistofkias (and now Annanstasiades) were all pro-BBF traitors, like you, and they all failed.

I am afraid you don't know the first thing about Cypriot politics and the Cyprus problem. :cry:


The only traitors are people like you because all the people you mention atleast worked and are still working hard for the RoC!

Are you RW's bitch? :?
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Re: ...anyone willing to support my position?

Postby repulsewarrior » Sat Nov 16, 2013 4:35 pm

kurupetos, Paphitis is a better Cypriot than you, and as a Greek, unlike you, he is a good example of (,) the way.

Greeks move forward, they embrace the future, and they are open-minded, they do not need a mythic reality of times gone by to relate to what surrounds them, they act against Ignorance, they are above all more interested in Truth, in bettering the World they live in, not just themselves.

...you spend your time living as a troll, does that make you Greek (and/or Cypriot)? far from it, as i said, you are no better than being a "Turk".

respectfully, i ask you to reconsider the topic at hand, you may find that a level of government where as a voter you represent yourself as a Person (Constituencies) may be very useful in sustaining a Greek identity, even if there is a Federal government that defends this Right equally for others.
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Re: ...anyone willing to support my position?

Postby kurupetos » Sat Nov 16, 2013 5:02 pm

repulsewarrior wrote:kurupetos, Paphitis is a better Cypriot than you, and as a Greek, unlike you, he is a good example of (,) the way.

Greeks move forward, they embrace the future, and they are open-minded, they do not need a mythic reality of times gone by to relate to what surrounds them, they act against Ignorance, they are above all more interested in Truth, in bettering the World they live in, not just themselves.

...you spend your time living as a troll, does that make you Greek (and/or Cypriot)? far from it, as i said, you are no better than being a "Turk".

respectfully, i ask you to reconsider the topic at hand, you may find that a level of government where as a voter you represent yourself as a Person (Constituencies) may be very useful in sustaining a Greek identity, even if there is a Federal government that defends this Right equally for others.

Go back to my previous posts, study them carefully and give me a meaningful argument. :wink:

Unless you can only post BS (like the one above). :roll: :lol:
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Re: ...anyone willing to support my position?

Postby Paphitis » Sat Nov 16, 2013 5:10 pm

kurupetos wrote:
repulsewarrior wrote:kurupetos, Paphitis is a better Cypriot than you, and as a Greek, unlike you, he is a good example of (,) the way.

Greeks move forward, they embrace the future, and they are open-minded, they do not need a mythic reality of times gone by to relate to what surrounds them, they act against Ignorance, they are above all more interested in Truth, in bettering the World they live in, not just themselves.

...you spend your time living as a troll, does that make you Greek (and/or Cypriot)? far from it, as i said, you are no better than being a "Turk".

respectfully, i ask you to reconsider the topic at hand, you may find that a level of government where as a voter you represent yourself as a Person (Constituencies) may be very useful in sustaining a Greek identity, even if there is a Federal government that defends this Right equally for others.

Go back to my previous posts, study them carefully and give me a meaningful argument. :wink:

Unless you can only post BS (like the one above). :roll: :lol:


You have provided no meaningful argument against a BBF and neither have you respectfully addressed the topic at hand. The only thing you're good for is pathetic childish behaviors and you do not have the best interests of the RoC at heart but are fixated instead on anachronisms of a bygone era. Your stupid ethnicity is more important to you than seeing the island finally heal its divisions.
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Re: ...anyone willing to support my position?

Postby kurupetos » Sat Nov 16, 2013 5:13 pm

Paphitis wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
repulsewarrior wrote:kurupetos, Paphitis is a better Cypriot than you, and as a Greek, unlike you, he is a good example of (,) the way.

Greeks move forward, they embrace the future, and they are open-minded, they do not need a mythic reality of times gone by to relate to what surrounds them, they act against Ignorance, they are above all more interested in Truth, in bettering the World they live in, not just themselves.

...you spend your time living as a troll, does that make you Greek (and/or Cypriot)? far from it, as i said, you are no better than being a "Turk".

respectfully, i ask you to reconsider the topic at hand, you may find that a level of government where as a voter you represent yourself as a Person (Constituencies) may be very useful in sustaining a Greek identity, even if there is a Federal government that defends this Right equally for others.

Go back to my previous posts, study them carefully and give me a meaningful argument. :wink:

Unless you can only post BS (like the one above). :roll: :lol:


You have provided no meaningful argument against a BBF and neither have you respectfully addressed the topic at hand. The only thing you're good for is pathetic childish behaviors and you do not have the best interests of the RoC at heart but are fixated instead on anachronisms of a bygone era. Your stupid ethnicity is more important to you than seeing the island finally heal its divisions.

I did, but you can ask your mentor GR! for further details, shorty. :D
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Re: ...anyone willing to support my position?

Postby Paphitis » Sat Nov 16, 2013 5:15 pm

kurupetos wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
repulsewarrior wrote:kurupetos, Paphitis is a better Cypriot than you, and as a Greek, unlike you, he is a good example of (,) the way.

Greeks move forward, they embrace the future, and they are open-minded, they do not need a mythic reality of times gone by to relate to what surrounds them, they act against Ignorance, they are above all more interested in Truth, in bettering the World they live in, not just themselves.

...you spend your time living as a troll, does that make you Greek (and/or Cypriot)? far from it, as i said, you are no better than being a "Turk".

respectfully, i ask you to reconsider the topic at hand, you may find that a level of government where as a voter you represent yourself as a Person (Constituencies) may be very useful in sustaining a Greek identity, even if there is a Federal government that defends this Right equally for others.

Go back to my previous posts, study them carefully and give me a meaningful argument. :wink:

Unless you can only post BS (like the one above). :roll: :lol:


You have provided no meaningful argument against a BBF and neither have you respectfully addressed the topic at hand. The only thing you're good for is pathetic childish behaviors and you do not have the best interests of the RoC at heart but are fixated instead on anachronisms of a bygone era. Your stupid ethnicity is more important to you than seeing the island finally heal its divisions.

I did, but you can ask your mentor GR! for further details, shorty. :D


I don't have any mentors but I do know that in politics you have to be very mature, flexible and a good strategist.

I do not dismiss other people's ideas because I do not understand the meaning of Federation! And I do not want to see Cyprus divided forever!
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Re: ...anyone willing to support my position?

Postby Oceanside50 » Sun Nov 17, 2013 1:42 am

RW, whats up buddy where you been?…i hear its getting cold in Canada..eyy

Maybe i would be a more ardent proponent of your manifesto, RW, if you could include a sort of Bill of Rights. That can never be changed or altered in any way much like the Bill of Rights of the uSA's constitution
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Re: ...anyone willing to support my position?

Postby boulio » Sun Nov 17, 2013 2:34 am

Repulse can you put your plan to a nap with the various zones
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